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A trip down memory lane for music fans
3:00pm Saturday 27th October 2012 in What's On
THE ever popular rock ’n’ roll variety show That’ll Be The Day is returning to The Playhouse in Weston.
It features some of the greatest hits from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s as well as comedy which ensures two hours of non-stop nostalgia and a trip down memory lane.
The show, in its 27th year of touring, reflects the music and tone of an era that changed the course of music history and youth culture forever.
Despite performing as many as 230 shows a year to capacity audiences across the UK and Europe, Trevor Payne, who wrote and created the show back in 1987, still directs, produces and stars in the production today.
He said: “We can’t wait to bring the new show to Weston-super-Mare in the autumn. This time it’s better than ever.”
That’ll Be The Day will be staged at the Weston theatre on Wednesday (October 31) at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £22.50 for adults, £21.50 for concessions and £14 for children and can be bought via www .theplayhouse.co.uk or by calling 01934-645544.
Audience members can also enjoy a pre-theatre two course dinner prior to the show at the Winter Gardens for £9.95 per person, available to book via the Playhouse website.
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